Kiwanis/Roundup's Outstanding Senior Athlete Female Finalists
June 24, 2020 | View PDF
Finalists have been selected for the Kiwanis/Roundup’s Outstanding Senior Athlete honors this year.
The winners will be announced at the Sidney Kiwanis Club’s meeting on July 9.
Jenna Baxter has been a three-sport athlete in Sidney. Baxter was a three-time All-State selection and a strong scorer for the Richland Rangers’ hockey team. She was second in the league for most points scored as a senior. She scored the third most points in the league as a sophomore. She started for Sidney’s volleyball team and competed in the javelin for Sidney’s track squad.
Haylie Conradsen earned All-State honors in basketball and volleyball during her career in Savage. She was a member of two teams that qualified for the state basketball tournament and was selected to the All-State Tournament Team as a junior. As a track athlete, Conradsen scored the most points for a girl during the District 2C track meet as a sophomore.
Courtney Herman has been a force for R&L’s basketball and volleyball teams. She received All-Conference basketball honors as a senior and was a second-team selection as a junior. Herman earned All-Conference second team honors in volleyball as a senior.
Cassidy Larson has been a standout for Sidney’s volleyball and basketball squads. Larson was selected to the Class A All-State team in volleyball as a senior. For Sidney’s basketball team, she has been one of the squad’s top scoring threats in each of the last three seasons.
Zoe Morrill was a leader for Sidney’s softball and basketball teams. Morrill was a three-year starter for Sidney’s basketball team. She received honorable mention to the All-Conference basketball team as a senior. She was a starter throughout her career at catcher for the Eagles. Sidney qualified for the state tournament in two of the seasons.
Maddie Peters excelled for Sidney’s softball and basketball teams during her career. Her pitching ability helped the Eagles to two state tournament appearances. She was voted to the All-Conference second team in softball as a junior after receiving honorable mention selection as a sophomore. She received honorable mention to the All-Conference team in basketball as a junior and senior.
Reghan Prevost competed for Savage’s volleyball, basketball and track teams during her career. She played at two state basketball tournaments and earned second team All-Conference honors as a senior. Prevost also started for Savage’s successful volleyball program. In track, she qualified for the state meet in the 3200 as a sophomore.
Hanna Skov was a key to the success on the volleyball court for the Fairview Warriors. She earned All-Conference honors as a senior. She broke the school’s record for most set assists in a single match. The Warriors placed third at the divisional meet during her senior year. She also was a steady performer for Fairview’s basketball team.